Rana Good

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New York, NY

Rana Good

Rana is a freelance writer/video producer for publications such as AFAR Magazine, Dazed Digital, Jetsetter and Mens Journal covering travel, beauty, fashion and wellness. She has also worked with brands such as Perrier, L'Oréal and Pepsi to conceptualize branded content projects. She is a Columbia Journalism School graduate.


Why You Should Skip Paris And Visit Kyiv

When it comes to historic European cities, destinations like Rome, Paris, Prague and Vienna come to mind. However, if you want to visit a city with great architecture, magnificent churches, bustling markets and charming cobblestone streets with significantly fewer tourists, you should consider Kyiv, Ukraine's colorful capital.
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Take a Funicular up to This Spa for a Massage Overlooking the Caribbean Sea

Pink Sands Club, Canouan in St. Vincent and the Grenadines is Mandarin Oriental’s first Caribbean outpost, and as one would expect from the luxury hotel group, the destination is stunning. Located on sparsely populated Canouan, one of St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ most exclusive and under-the-radar islands, the spot is drawing luxury travelers who want to get away from the crowds and relax on a quiet beach, retreat to a private villa, or practice their swing undisturbed at the panoramic ocean view golf course.
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How Artist Latasha Alcindor Uses Her Hair to Express Herself

She’s a multifaceted artist who raps, sings, directs, and creates visual art, but on top of all of that, Latasha Alcindor also channels her creativity into her appearance, creating a myriad of looks underscored by various hairstyles. Long, short, braided, natural, blonde, pink—through wigs and natural styles, Alcindor expresses both emotions and personas.
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The 6 Best Places to Travel in September (Cause You Deserve a Break)

Most people think of June, July, and August when it comes to summer travel, but September can be an awesome month for a getaway. It’s typically not considered peak season, meaning the prices are lower, there are fewer crowds, and in some locations, the weather is more pleasant (or just less sweltering).
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9 Gorgeous Hotels in Marrakech

The Red City is a maze of colorful souks, Moorish architecture, and countless hotels and guesthouses (known as riads) in all sizes, styles, and price points. How to narrow them down? JS correspondent Rana Good hit the streets to find the 10 best. When in Marrakech, there's nothing quite like staying in the heart of the medina.
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See Italy Through Designer Rebecca Minkoff’s Eyes

Italy has a special meaning to New York-based designer Rebecca Minkoff: It’s a source of creative inspiration, and it’s where some of her most memorable moments with her family have taken place—including her wedding. We spoke to her about her most recent trip and found out where she stayed, shopped, and indulged in the good life.
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Bringing the spirit of Berlin to the Swiss countryside

The Swiss countryside is a lot of things – beautiful, quaint, serene – however it is decidedly not fashion forward. Well, until now. Swiss design duo Ottolinger (made up of Christa Bösch and Cosima Gadient) reside in Berlin but decided to shoot their SS17 campaign, shot by Lukas Wassmann and styled by Marc Goehring, in their native country, juxtaposing cutting-edge design with sleepy surroundings.
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5 Street Foods from Southeast Asia That Will Blow Your Mind

Memorable meals don’t come from casually recommended restaurants we all frequent while traveling. Take a page from Austin Bush's playbook and skip the mediocre, American-catering fare for the real stuff — from streetside vendors. Bush, the co-author of The World's Best Street Foods, notes that these trucks and carts are the cheap, quick dishes that, yes, are a bit more risky for tourists (for both weirdness and illness), but when chosen right, distill the country’s best flavors into an effortless bite.
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Patricia Field Talks Normcore and How to Not be Basic For the Holidays

The fashion icon walks us through her gigantic shop and shows us the best pieces to wear to parties.
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A Diners Club for Every Desire

Whether you’re looking for experimental cuisine or mind-bending meal-side entertainment, one of these dining experiences is sure to fit your desires. You can expect three things when you attend a supper club — food, conversation, and mingling. Beyond that, pretty much anything can happen. Whether you’re looking for a mind-blowing night in a crazy location or a cozy dinner with new friends, there’s a supper club for every taste.
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Bora Bora Bound

Bora Bora has endless white-sand beaches and pristine turquoise water, but you can do way more than just lounge on a chaise while you're there. This French Polynesian island also delights with its nature sites, cuisine and opportunities for adventure. Here's how to get the most out of your Bora Bora trip.
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How to Learn a Language in a Week

No one becomes fluent in seven days. Nor can you really trick anyone into thinking you're capable of long conversations, or even proper pronunciation. But you can learn to communicate enough to get you a brilliant meal, nicer service, and even make friends with the locals. Here's how to learn the basics in a week, starting from scratch.
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Rana Good

Rana Good is a freelance writer and video producer for publications such as Forbes, AFAR Magazine, Travel + Leisure.